MotoGP : GermanGP


GermanGP
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the circuit is built in 1996 and hosted its first MotoGP  race in 1998. The track underwent a significant update in 2001. Its numerous tight corners make it a challenge for MotoGP technicians, with a spectacular plunging downhill right-hander nicknamed 'The Waterfall' giving riders plenty to focus on.

In Germany races attract huge crowds, and the country has produced many talented riders over the years such as Anton Mang, Rolf Waldmann and Dieter Braun. 2011 Moto2  World Champion Stefan Bradl and 2012 Moto3  title winner Sandro Cortese continue the success story in more recent times.
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Useful Information
Full name: Sachsenring, Saxony, Germany
Capital City: Berlin
Time zone: GMT +1
Currency: Euro (symbol: €, code: EUR)

Important telephone numbers:
Emergency services: 112
Websites:
Circuit: http://www.srm-sachsenring.de/en/
Language: German


Facts &Stats
Length              3.7kms
Straight            700mts
Corners            10 left - 3Right
Width               12m
Booking.com
Laps                    30
Toal Distance -   110.1Kms
Circuit Record : 1.21'442 - Jonas Folger 2017
Fastest Lap   -    1.30'336 Marc Marquez  2015
Most Wins    -     5 Marc Marquez
Most Poles   -      5 Marc Marquez
Top Speed    -     Andrea Dovizioso 298.2Kmph - Ducati, 2015


MotoGP : GermanGP MotoGP : GermanGP Reviewed by SKKRISHH on March 14, 2018 Rating: 5

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